Between the 1100 block of Argyle and Devonshire Rd.
Bring your family to enjoy the beautiful and artful displays of butterfly murals.
Be part of the unveiling of the new street signs – the first alley in Windsor to be named. Ceremony starts at 10:15 a.m.
• Try what if feels like to have symptons of a brain injury • Learn how to wear a bicycle helmet properly and be eligible for a free draw for a helmet • Pick up your butterfly passport and get it filled at participating businesses in the Walkerville BIA • Each stamp earns you a ticket for a draw of prizes • Face painting for children • Sign up for the Brain Gains Run/Walk/Cycle/Swim • And more!
Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at 5:30 P.M. Location to be determined
You must be a dual member of OBIA/BIAWE by April 20, 2022 to vote in the election for the newBoard of Directors. To register for the meeting, send your name to: email@example.com
Deadline for registration is Friday, April 22, 2022 To become a dual member of OBIA/BIAWE visit: www.OBIA.ca to register
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What Our Clients are Saying…
“Before I attended the Goals group I struggled with loneliness, hopelessness and lack of support, there was no one who understood what the last 5 years has been like since my diagnosis. The Goals group means I have something to look forward to, to be with people who have the same struggles as me, to learn to stay focused on my goals, socialize. I appreciate the tremendous efforts of the Brain Injury Association of Windsor Essex and their supporters, without them I shudder to think where I would have ended up.” Barb, survivor
The BIAWE has been a godsend to me since a family member suffered a catastrophic brain injury 5 years ago. I have attended the “You Are Not Alone “sessions with my family member and it is good to realize there are people who are going through what we are experiencing and that we are not alone in this difficult journey. Listening to everyone’s stories and knowing that there is support for you is most valuable.
The Caregivers’ meetings I attend regularly are so helpful because it is wonderful to talk to people who were experiencing the same emotions, frustrations and problems that I have. To listen to suggestions to help me deal with my situation and to be able to share and help others creates a feeling that I can’t begin to describe. I leave those meetings feeling uplifted and full of hope and I look forward to them every month. C., caregiver